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Willem G Opheij, Arie Huijser, Gary E Thomas: Memory card comprising an optical memory disc and microelectronic memory component, and apparatus for transferring information to and from such card. U S Philips Corporation, Algy Tamoshunas, Leroy Eason, September 19, 1989: US04868373 (92 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for transferring data and other information between a data processing unit and a rectangular memory card which includes an optically readable data memory unit having a succession of substantially concentric data storage tracks thereon, the card also including at least one microelectronic c ...


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Gary E Thomas: Electrotherapeutic treatment. Physiodynamics, Sheridan Ross & McIntosh, April 28, 1992: US05107835 (73 worldwide citation)

The present invention involves a method of treating a patient by providing a signal that is exponential in character to the patient. The signal includes a relatively low-frequency, constant amplitude, periodic-exponential first component. Further, the signal preferably includes a relatively high-fre ...


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Gary E Thomas: Apparatus and method for electrotherapeutic treatment of structures associated with the eye. PhysioDynamics, Sheridan Ross & McIntosh, May 5, 1992: US05109846 (60 worldwide citation)

The present invention involves a method of treating a patient by providing a signal that is exponential in character to the patient. The signal, includes a relatively low-frequency, constant amplitude, periodic-exponential first component. Further, the signal preferably includes a relatively high-fr ...


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Jacobus E Crombeen, Jan Visser, Gary E Thomas: Magnetron cathode sputtering system. U S Philips Corporation, Robert J Kraus, January 24, 1984: US04427524 (16 worldwide citation)

Such a system comprises in an envelope 1 a flat cathode 2 from the material to be sputtered and a substantially circular anode situated coaxially with respect to said cathode. Behind the cathode, magnetic means 13 are provided to generate at least one closed tunnel of field lines 14 over a part of t ...


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Gary E Thomas, Michael W Fellinger: Electrotherapeutic apparatus. PhysioDynamics, Sheridan Ross & McIntosh, May 5, 1992: US05109848 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an electrotherapeutic apparatus that produces a signal that, upon application to a patient, is exponential in character. The signal includes a relatively low-frequency, constant amplitude, periodic-exponential signal for muscle stimulation. Further, the signal preferab ...


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Louis Silverstein, Lorne A Whitehead, Gregory John Ward, Helge Seetzen, Vincent Kwong, Gary E Thomas: Retroreflective optical collimation layer and display devices incorporating same. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, June 8, 2010: US07733568 (3 worldwide citation)

A display comprises a backlight comprising a plurality of individually-controllable light emitters, a light modulator comprising a plurality of individually-controllable elements, and, a retro-reflective optical layer positioned between the backlight and the light modulator. The retro-reflective opt ...


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Gary E Thomas, James D Deveau: Crossed-field amplifier with multipactor suppression. Communications & Power, Nutter McClennen & Fish, August 20, 2002: US06437510 (3 worldwide citation)

A crossed-field device such as a crossed-field amplifier or magnetron has a cathode body portion and an anode which cooperates with a crossed magnetic field to maintain emitted electrons on cycloidal paths and amplify an input signal or develop a microwave or millimeter wave output signal in an inte ...


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Gary E Thomas, Adrian H Kitai: Flexible EL device and methods. Ralph A Dowell of DOWELL & DOWELL PC, March 29, 2007: US20070071882-A1

A method of incorporating EL particles includes preparing target areas to receive EL particles and providing EL particles to the target areas. The method may include spot-heating target areas of a flexible substrate to form molten receiving areas adapted to receive an EL particle. EL particles may b ...


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Aris K Silzars, Gary E Thomas: Hybrid Display. Nanolumens Aquisition, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, February 5, 2009: US20090033604-A1

In one embodiment, a hybrid display that may include a first light emitter of a first type and a second light emitter of a second type that define first and second addressable subpixels of a hybrid pixel. The first and second light emitters may be coupled to a support and provided with drive means f ...